April 14, 2010

RipCart - A Walk-behind Carriage for your Circular Saw

Rip.Cart.jpgPushing a circular saw like a lawnmower is something that most of us can only dream of. But yet, this fantasy of laziness is now reality with the RipCart.

The RipCart, a walk-behind carriage for your circular saw is, in reality, a specialized roofing tool for easy demo of roof shingles. Just strap your saw in and start a pushin'. The theory here is that if you first slice up the roof into manageable pieces, with the right prybar, they'll pop right up, saving you time and money.

There's not much more to say other than that it does seem a bit limited, pending the pitch of the roof.

The Rip Cart costs a slightly insane $500, and that's without any circular saw included. Sounds high to us for something you could cobble together with a hand truck and a roll of Gorilla tape (we're joking...please don't try to make your own RipCart at home, nothing good can come of it). Actually though, when we think about it, if you're a roofer and you use this thing two or three times, it'll probably pay for itself.

SmartManTools also sells specialized blades for the roofing application.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at April 14, 2010 5:55 AM
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